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  • 76ers take control, top Heat 106-102 for 3-1 series lead

    Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid certainly aren't acting like playoff first-timers, and JJ Redick provided the veteran leadership that Philadelphia so desperately needed. The 76ers might very well be the NBA's team of the future. Simmons was the first rookie to since Magic Johnson in 1980 to have a playoff triple-double, Redick led Philadelphia with 24 points and the 76ers moved one win from the second round by topping the Miami Heat 106-102 on Saturday to take a 3-1 lead in their Eastern Conference first-round series.
    22 Apr @ 11PM

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  • Dynamic duo dominates as Pelicans sweep Trail Blazers

    Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday combined to post one of the greatest duo performances in NBA history as the New Orleans Pelicans beat Portland 131-123 to sweep the Trail Blazers from the playoffs. Davis delivered a franchise playoff-record 47 points and Holiday tallied 41 to equal the NBA record (88) for most points by a pair of teammates in a single playoff game as the host Pelicans eliminated Portland in four straight games.
    22 Apr @ 10PM

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  • Sixers' turnover-filled nightmare comes with silver lining

    Brett Brown sat at the podium with a puzzled look on his face as he stared at the box score. Sure, he'd likely already been told that the Sixers had a season-high 27 turnovers in their 106-102 Game 4 win over the Miami Heat. "The fact that you can actually win a playoff game with this volume of turnovers is mind-boggling," Brown said.
    22 Apr @ 10PM

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  • Dose: The Brow Wows

    Saturday’s highlights included a pair of triple-doubles from Ben Simmons and Ricky Rubio, as well as a historic performance from Anthony Davis. Ben Simmons was the story for the Sixers is their pivotal Game 4 victory in Miami. The presumptive Rookie of the Year finished with 17 points, 13 rebounds and ten assists, becoming the first rookie to record a triple-double in a playoff game since Magic Johnson in 1980.
    22 Apr @ 3PM

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  • Josh Richardson, Justise Winslow Injured as 76ers-Heat Fight

    The 76ers-Heat game got physical with a fight in the second quarter on Saturday. The scuffle started just under the five-minute mark after a loose ball caused players to dive for the ball. Miami's Josh Richardson was injured as he dove into Joel
    22 Apr @ 2PM

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  • Heat have work cut out vs. surging Sixers

    Philadelphia 76ers reserve guard Justin Anderson scored six points on Thursday, but he played a major role nonetheless in a 128-108 playoff win over the Miami Heat. It was Anderson who worked on the psyche of teammate Joel Embiid, the 76ers’ All-Star center who returned after missing 10 straight games because of a concussion and left-eye injury.
    22 Apr @ 12PM

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  • 76ers take control, top Heat 106-102 for 3-1 series lead

    Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid certainly aren't acting like playoff first-timers, and JJ Redick provided the veteran leadership that Philadelphia so desperately needed. The 76ers might very well be the NBA's team of the future. Simmons was the first rookie to since Magic Johnson in 1980 to have a playoff triple-double, Redick led Philadelphia with 24 points and the 76ers moved one win from the second round by topping the Miami Heat 106-102 on Saturday to take a 3-1 lead in their Eastern Conference first-round series.
    22 Apr @ 6AM

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  • James Johnson, Ben Simmons and Robert Covington handed fouls after Game 4 skirmish

    MIAMI -- A hard hit in Game 4 of the Philadelphia 76ers- Miami Heat series led to a skirmish involving several players and coaches. Heat forward James Johnson, Sixers guard Ben Simmons and Sixers wing Robert Covington had to be separated during the encounter, which resulted in technical fouls for Johnson and Covington and a personal foul for Simmons. The skirmish began when Covington delivered a hard hit on Heat guard Goran Dragic. Johnson took offense to the foul and shoved Covington near the basket. Simmons, who was trailing Dragic and Covington but nearby, then engaged Johnson, and coaches and players came to intervene.? Sixers center Joel Embiid came from the other end of the court, seemingly
    22 Apr @ 2AM

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  • Ben Simmons records triple-double as 76ers take 3-1 lead over Heat

    Ben Simmons did something no rookie has done in nearly 40 years, and the Philadelphia 76ers are a win away from advancing to the second round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs for the first time in six years. Simmons became the first rookie to record a triple-double in a playoff game since 1980 as the 76ers survived a late flurry by the Miami Heat and Dwyane Wade to win Game 4 106-101 and take a 3-1 lead in the first-round series. The Heat tried to sprint away from the Sixers in the third quarter, but Philly clawed back and took the lead early in the fourth.
    22 Apr @ 1AM

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  • Heat have work cut out vs. surging Sixers

    Philadelphia 76ers reserve guard Justin Anderson scored six points on Thursday, but he played a major role nonetheless in a 128-108 playoff win over the Miami Heat. It was Anderson who worked on the psyche of teammate Joel Embiid, the 76ers' All-Star center who returned after missing 10 straight games because of a concussion and left-eye injury. "Justin was hyping me up on the bench, telling me I'm one of the best players in the league and that I have to take over," said Embiid, who wore a mask during the game.
    21 Apr @ 7PM

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